Saturday, February 23, 2013

Today was an exciting day for me.  For 2 weeks I was on pins and needles for today to come.  Almost a year ago I took a report from a family.  That area where this report happened has a long history of BigFoot activity.  A few weeks after getting the report I had driven by the neighborhood to get a feel of the area.  I was almost giddy with BigFoot fever.  There was some property adjacent to the sighting that caught my attention.  Ever since that day I have been wanting to go and explore it.  Being very close to Pike National Forest, lots of trees, a water source and having a good-sized ravine bisects the property were major factors of why I wanted to get in there.  The property is what I would call a VERY, VERY SQUATCHY spot.

Due to some luck, knowing the right people and having the right connections made my wish happen at this location!  2 other investigators and I went in and did a preliminary exploration of the property.  We found enough evidence of their presence for us to establish a new research area.

Now my time will be stretched between my main research spot, urban squatching and now this new spot.  My plan is to visit each spot once a month with my main research spot maybe 2 times a month.  I have a full schedule of squatching for this year.  I kinda like having this type of problem.  When I first started out over a year ago I was by myself, I had no spot or where to look and lots of time.

If the weather does not cooperate for tomorrow I will have to postpone my trip to my main research spot.  My plan was to go with gifts of food and check for signs of them.  I was looking forward to spending time there and make my presence known in a respectful manner. 

Squatch On!   

Monday, February 18, 2013

I had in previous posts talked about finding evidence of BigFoot in urban areas.  In fact I had investigated a sighting that happen a few weeks ago in a very urban area.  My findings does suggest that they are in these areas with the right environment.  So with this in mind I went and did some urban squatching this morning.  I had explored this area in December but wanted to go back and show my husband.  This area is being used by them I think as a corridor to move from one hot spot to another.  There is wildlife (food) here and lots of water and cover.  A perfect place to use and travel without being detected by people.

In December I had found some tree breaks, structures and 2 prints with toes.  Today I found more tree breaks and one structure that may be BF related.  I wanted to go look under one of the bridges for prints.  This was where I had found the 2 prints in December.  The trail was closed for some reason.  It was blocked off.  We circumvented part of the closed off area by following the creek but was not able to get to the bridge. 

My big question-why was this trail closed?  My husband said they had posted on the web it was closed for repairs but we did not see any signs of work or construction.  Absolutely nothing.  No signs of activity anywhere on this trail or surrounding area.   

Now I am going to surmise a bit because of what we saw and didn't see while there.  In fact my husband remarked on the same thing.  I'm thinking that someone saw SOMETHING and the town decided to close the trail for a couple of weeks because of this.  The spot that is closed off is where I had found a couple of structures, tree breaks and 2 prints with toes.  I have no doubt that they are using this area and maybe someone saw something.    

My journey of discovery has many unexpected surprises and wonderful/exciting finds.  When I say that I'm not sure where this is taking me, I really mean it.  The sense of wonderment and amazement continues week after week.  I hope I have shared this with you as much as I can.  My clueless moments still come every week but my confidence in my growing knowledge has expanded tremendously.

My main area of research is still a priority but I am staying away from that spot so they don't have the stress of me going into their space during the cold winter.  I do not want to give them a reason to move.  I will be visiting the gifting rock next week.  I am anxious to see what is there.  I have missed them and hopefully they have missed me.

With my new knowledge of these human smart beings using the urban areas.  I will be doing what I call urban squatching at least once a month.  I am confident that these areas are being used by the family I have been researching this past year.  If it is another family then I will be expanding my friendship to another group.  Who knows where this will take me.

Squatch On!  

Saturday, February 16, 2013



A couple of weeks ago I received a call one Friday evening to go out exploring the next day with some fellow researchers.  My husband and I went.  The opportunity to go was too irresistible.  I am glad I went.  Tired but glad. 
3 years ago a sighting was reported and explored.  This time the goal was to climb up and see if there was new evidence.  This spot was very steep and rough.  Great views of the rocky mountains though.
The guys climbed up while I slipped and crawled up.  All along the way we were encountering old tree breaks.  At one spot where the trail branched off into 2 directions we found an arch.  A very big arch.  When we went to the right just beyond the arch we found a tee pee type tree break.  This is the first time I have seen something like this.  I don't know what it means but then most of the breaks I am clueless about.  I have some theories but they are only guesses.  I'm just adding this one to my clueless list.
About 3/4 of the way up we stopped to eat and rest.  It was in a clearing and one of the researchers wanted to show us the big stump that was pushed over.  He suspected it was done by one of our forest friends.  The stump was huge.  Just before we came to this clearing I started to notice that there was some pine cones on some stumps next to the trail.  We found 4 stumps in different locations along the way.  ???  Again I am clueless but intrigued.
As we climbed back down at a different spot I knew we were going the right way.  Again we were encountering tree breaks along the game trail.  Our forest friends used the same pathways. 
While exploring we found 2 structures in different locations.  All the evidence we found was old.  Nothing new.  The trip did not find any more new evidence but it did give me new photos of evidence to add to my collection.  The opportunity to go out exploring with fellow researchers is priceless.  
Onward I go exploring this amazing but elusive bipedal primate.
Squatch On! 

Sunday, February 10, 2013

On the last post I had said I had the pleasure of doing some field work researching a possible sighting in an urban area.  As I do more researching I have come to the conclusion that these amazing primates are much more smarter and way more resourceful than we think.  When you have to find your next meal by any means or you will go hungry while trying to stay out of sight from those pesky humans have made them in many ways much smarter than the average person.  I know that there are people out there that say there is no such being.  I'm not going to go there because I HAVE seen evidence that DO point to a bipedal primate here in Colorado.  Any ways back on my subject.  With what I have been finding my contention is that you do not have to go into the middle of the wilds to find them.  They have adapted to live close by without too much detection.  At least from the mainstream media and science.  People have been seeing them for over 400 years but no one will listen.

I have remarked in one of my earlier posts about my husband and I have been finding evidence of them near campgrounds.  Also I have found evidence of them using a very urban area to pass through to get across I-25 and to a National Forest.  What I'm trying to say is that with the right environment urban areas and many state parks may have these forest beings using them along with us.  That is pretty amazing when you think about it. 

The photo above is at a state park.  In January, I and 3 other investigators went and explored this beautiful park.  We were able to find 3 distinct clothesline pattern tracks of prints.  The one above is in the human range but it was in a clothesline pattern and the stride was very long.  Who would be walking around in January in bare feet?  I also found some snow prints that are possible BigFoot prints.  They were in a clothesline pattern, BIG and wide apart.

So when you are visiting your local park and hear some movements just beyond your sight it may be an 8 foot bipedal primate watching you.


Saturday, February 2, 2013

One of the joys of researching a spot is the opportunity to investigate a sighting report that may be related.   Last weekend I had the pleasure to do this.  What is amazing about this sighting is the distance from the research spot and the location.  I learned many things from this sighting report.  My thanks goes out to SIR investigator Brad Corliss.  He was kind enough to share his knowledge he has learned over the years at his research spot. 
  • Distances of over 10 plus miles is possible.  Need cover such as wooded open spaces and ravines/gulches to travel.
  • May visit urban areas for food.  Will eat pet food left on decks and patios.  The night before garbage day is all you can eat buffet for them.
  • As long as there is a place to hide with lots of cover with water source anything is possible.
  • They may revisit an area every 6-9 days if there is good food and water sources.
  • Never think something is not possible for BigFoot.  They are resourceful and human smart.  Don't under estimate them ever!
I am 99% sure the sighting happened.  I was able to find a 11 inch impression with toes about 1 1/2 miles from the sighting in a wooded gulch that goes right up to the sighting spot.  My mind just spins with the possibilities of this smart resourceful group that I am researching.  This has made me more determined to learn as much as possible about them.
So this journey continues with its twists and turns.